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  1. Is HIV Molecular Surveillance Worth The Risk?, The Center for HIV Law and Policy, September 2019

    Is HIV Molecular Surveillance Worth The Risk? is a CHLP issue brief that sums up molecular surveillance-- the use of resistance testing results to identify PLHIV with related viral strains to determine sexual and needle-sharing networks. ...

    admin - 9/12/2019 11:52am

  2. In re Avalos, 2019 WL 151549 (Jan. 10, 2019)

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  3. The PJP Update- July 2019

    PJP Update Website Graphic-01-01_0.png JULY 2019 Michael Johnson Released from Prison on Parole Michael Johnson, the college wrestler whose trial and conviction showcased the profound unfairness of HIV criminal laws in Missouri and across the country, was ...

    admin - 7/23/2019 10:14am

  4. A Side-by-Side Comparison of the Proposed Bills to Reform Missouri’s HIV Criminal Laws, Center for HIV Law and Policy (2019)

    A Side-by-Side Comparison of the Proposed Bills to Reform Missouri’s HIV Criminal Laws ...

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  5. The PJP Update- April 2019

    The Positive Justice Project's April PJP Update has the latest news on HIV criminal law reform efforts across the country...with legislative action taking place in several states and including analysis of proposed changes to legislation in Florida, In ...

    admin - 4/23/2019 1:38pm

  6. The PJP Update- February 2019

    PJP Update Website Graphic-01.png     CHLP Speaks at National Stigma Conference in Washington, DC On November 16, CHLP's National Community Outreach Coordinator Arpita Appannagari spoke at the International Conference on Stigma at Howard University i ...

    admin - 4/14/2019 4:39pm

  7. Associations between sex work laws and sex workers’ health: A systematic review and meta-analysis of quantitative and qualitative studies, Lucy Platt et al., PLOS Medicine (2018)

    The authors reviewed 18 years of research into sex work, policing, health, and incarceration to asses the relationship between criminalization and health outcomes. Some of the authors’ key findings indicate that 1) over-policing is associated with an incr ...

    admin - 1/11/2019 1:43pm

  8. An Overdose Death Is Not Murder: Why Drug-Induced Homicide Laws Are Counterproductive and Inhumane, Drug Policy Alliance (2017)

    This report from the Drug Policy Alliance offers a snapshot of drug-induced homicide laws and prosecutions in 2017. These are laws that punish people who sold or shared drugs that resulted in a fatal overdose with penalties equal to those for murder.  The ...

    admin - 1/10/2019 3:47pm

  9. HIV Criminalization In Florida: Penal Implications for People Living with HIV/AIDS, Amira Hasenbush, The Williams Institute, UCLA School of Law (2018)

    Florida criminalizes people living with HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in the contexts of sex work, nonconsensual sex offenses, donation of blood and other bodily products, and consensual sex without disclosure. The purpose of this stu ...

    admin - 12/18/2018 10:19am

  10. Propes v. State, 815 S.E. 2d 571 (Ga. Ct. App. 2018)

    The Georgia Court of Appeals reversed the defendant’s conviction for reckless conduct after he had been sentenced to ten years in prison for having sex without prior disclosure of his status. The reversal was based on the State’s failure to present suffic ...

    admin - 12/13/2018 1:13pm

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